The BOMA Project Revenue and Competitors

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  • The BOMA Project has 74 Employees.(i)
  • The BOMA Project grew their employee count by 35% last year.
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N/A7435%N/AN/A
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The BOMA Project is a U.S. nonprofit and Kenyan NGO that implements a two-year poverty graduation program in Northern Kenya, building the resiliency of women living in extreme poverty so they can feed their children, pay for school fees and medical care, invest in their families, and survive shocks such as drought or medical emergencies. Since 2009, BOMA has established 5,223 sustainable businesses and 837 savings groups, changing the lives of 15,697 women and more than 78,485 children. Our goal is to scale our program across the African drylands and change the lives of 100,000 women and children by 2018 and 1 million women and children by 2022.

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The BOMA Project News

09/03/2019 - BOMA votes to commit $2.5 million for College Street ...

The city has enough funds to cover the project without having to issue bonds, for which the city will have to pay interest, according to Nickels.

09/08/2019 - New innovation lab backed by USAID points to growing focus ...

The MMR Innovation Lab, like its predecessor, will partner with the BOMA Project, a nonprofit organization that works with ultra-poor women to ...

09/03/2019 - Aldermen hear how city can save significant dollars if ...

11 this year, which requires action of the BOMA to either extend the loan ... range that can help absorb capital project costs or operating costs, ...

Company NameRevenueNumber of EmployeesEmployee GrowthTotal Funding
#1
$69.2M2772%N/A